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Discovering Surprises Meherabad Way…

November 30, 2011 admin 0

By Malladi Rama Rao On Meherabad hill, every day offers a surprise. The other day, for instance, a family celebrating the birthday of their grandchild, distributed cookies after the evening prayers along with regular prasad. Every one received a cookie packed neatly in a sachet. And in the sachet is Read more ………

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Divide Uttar Pradesh, Rule the Country…!

November 24, 2011 admin 0

By Pandit Tushar Charan The ambitions of UP chief minister and BSP supremo, Mayawati, have taken her to demand division of India’s largest state into four separate entities—Paschim Pradesh, Awadh Pradesh, Poorvanchal Pradesh and Bundelkhand. She stumped the opposition when she sought permission in the UP state assembly to carve Read more ………

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November 23, 2011 admin 0

by SURENDER KUMAR SHARMA* American journalist Sebastian Rotella’s twin exposes in ProPublica – America’s botched chances to stop the American Lashkar operative David Coleman Headley behind India’s 9/11 and LeT operational head, Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi’s jail life with all the trappings of status guest status, have coincided with the release in Read more ………

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West Finally Accepts Myanmar On Its Terms

November 19, 2011 admin 0

By M RAMA RAO New Delhi (Syndicate Features): President Obama’s announcement Friday Nov 18 in Bali that he was sending Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on a visit to Myanmar next month is recognition of the steady transition that the country has been making over the past one year. His Read more ………

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AFSPA ROW:What is this fuss all about?

November 13, 2011 admin 0

By SARLA HANDOO New Delhi (Syndicate Features): Did Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah really want to hit both Congress and the PDP by raking up the issue of partial revocation of Armed Forces Special Powers Act? While the debate is raging, it is interesting to note how vital Read more ………

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Pakistan’s N-Power Ambitions Amidst R-leaks

November 12, 2011 admin 0

By Malladi Rama Rao Pakistan will purchase two atomic power plants with a combined capacity of 2,000 MW from China and the negotiations are in an advanced stage. The report does not come as a surprise because Pakistan is known to have turned to its all-weather friend to secure what Read more ………